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>> that guilty verdict against karl walker, six months after police first found out about the letters. he started writing explicit and passionate love letters to an eight-year-old student in september of last year. >> they talked about how much she loved -- he loved her, and was jealous about her having a boyfriend. >> he was a teacher's assistant at the school. the guilty verdict sets a precedent because there is no evidence of physical contact. a child sex abuse conviction in the case with no physical contact has never happened in maryland. >> there is the exploitation element. there is also the element that
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he was in a position of authority. >> the statute applied carries the berber -- the burden of proving molestation or exploitation. they say it is a clear explication. the judge agreed. karl walker could be sentenced to 25 years in prison. >> this gives encouragement to people who may have experienced this thing and did not think it was a crime. perhaps that will come forward. >> a catholic priest has agreed to a plea deal. 74-year-old thomas bevan was indicted in january. the alleged victim says he was of used several times in 1976. the archdiocese of baltimore previously removed the priest as pastor of the church of st.
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patrick. >> a pair of bank robberies are under investigation. the man in this picture rob the bank on beards hill road. they say he handed the teller a note and got away with an undisclosed amount of cash. in anne arundel county, police are looking for a man wearing this bright orange vest. he reportedly passed the teller a note, got the cash, and took off. anyone with information is urged to call police. in baltimore city, a forensic expert took the stand in the trial of three men accused of killing ken harris. the expert testified that blood was not found on the mask. it had and said that the mask was warned by one of the killers, and it helped find charles mcganey, gary collins,
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and jerome williams. testimony will resume on monday. >> the race for the state's delegate seat in anne arundel county has taken a controversial turn. it's all over who can participate in a community parade. >> stephanie hodges is a republican candidate in the democratic-happy 32nd district of anne arundel county. she was campaigning near anne arundel mall on friday. organizers told her candidates could not be in each parade, only elected officials. >> i do not have the financial resources. that is why i am here on a friday evening. >> she thinks they are playing politics. >> it seems they are trying to keep republicans out. there are all sitting delegates
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as democrats. >> they say the no-canada will has been in place for 20 years. >> it has nothing to do with politics. >> a former delegate told us "my recollection is that i participated in the parade." another republican candidate -- today, the parade had the upper to the to present the growth rules, and they have been consistent. >> they may have -- that might have been the case, but i was able to participate last year. >> the parade is not a political forum. >> all i am asking for is a fair treatment. all or nothing. >> the incumbents expected to participate are lorne parker and nancy phelps.
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>> the time is not a close sixth. it is 73 degrees. still ahead, dr. kim hammond answers your pet questions. >> with the maryland lottery is here with the five hottest scratch-offs. >> the approach in front will help bring temperatures down. it will not generate rain.
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>> now, your insta-weather-plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> it is a nice morning. we are starting off alarm. yesterday, 95 was the high. that tied the record. in the district of columbia, they made it to 99. a cool front is coming in. you can see the clouds. earlier, these clouds were
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producing a few sprinkles. that has dried up. this front will not be a rainmaker, but it will help control temperatures. we will not be as high today as we were yesterday. we will be warm. we are starting all warm. there is the hazy sunshine. 72 at the airport. 75 at the inner harbor. we are still in the humid air mass. the wind is still coming in the southwesterly direction. once the front passes through, less humid air will start to filter in. pasadena is at 73. 69 at randallsto chestertonwn on is 73.
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pittsburgh is only 60. detroit 50 it. green bay is 44. we will not get that cold. nonetheless, it will be more comfortable. here is the satellite image. the position of the front is the the west of us. we are in the tropical front air mass that is more typical in july and august than late september. we do get into this. what those waves do is bring some moisture in, and up the rain chances. that is a good thing for early next week. today -- no rain in the forecast. temperatures are in the 83 degree to 87 degree range. it is cooler than yesterday, but five or six degrees warmer than usual.
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the seven-day forecast puts us at 71 tomorrow. that is a lot cooler. we will see some clouds tomorrow. by the evening, a chance for rain. the game looks dry. monday and tuesday, the rain chances look highest. thursday and friday look dry. highs will be in the 70's all next week. much more comfortable. >> to date as the baltimore book festival. the annual event allows it to make offers. >> we are joined by for an inside look at some of the children's authors. >> you guys have turned me loose. it is a dangerous thing to do. how are you guys doing? >> we are doing well, thank you. we know you are supporting the baltimore ravens and doctors. show us what you have.
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>> i am here in partnership with the children's book store. they have a great tent. these authors will be coming through baltimore today and tomorrow. get your pencils ready. >> the first book -- >> dave the potter -- david trick, he was a big, huge, strong guy, and he threw a huge pots and inscribed poetry on them. the author picked up this book. brian is an artist. he is a big guy. he is a lot like david drake. he did fabulous and illustrations. >> who else is coming into it on?
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>> the emberly's will be coming into town. kevin o'malley will be here. we are talking about two kids who are supposed to get together and write a fairy tale. the girl says princess tender heart has all of these ponies. the boy is like "please, the cool motorcycle did comes in. the boy takes over the fairy tale. michael buckley is showing up. for anyone who has nine to 12- year-olds, they can imagines the worry about becoming a nerd.
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he becomes a nerd and he walks into a secret laboratory or all of the nerds have been hanging out that he has been heckling. >> the author will be here? >> every one of these authors will be here today or tomorrow. people can go on the web site and check times. this is "lulu and the brontosaurus." this girl wants a brontosaurus for her birthday. >> a few more? >> "let's count goats." most people can't sheeps, but these guys do not line up.
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"my brother charlie." her son was born with autism. she co-wrote this with her daughter. we cannot leave without talking about margaret peterson haddocks. she will be talking about "among the hidden," and "into the gauntlet." we have an award winning illustrator for "swamp angel returns."
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she will be fought -- fighting bart.owards >> both in know what? i am exhausted. i felt like i read all of those books already. >> come down. this places fabulous. >> we will come down and see you. >> she has tremendous energy. up next, we will update you on the best lottery ticket choices. >> plus, michael douglas preaches the virtues of agreed to a new disciple. >> and, dr. kim hammond is here to answer your pet questions.
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>> welcome back. it is time for the lottery is top five. a lot of our listeners want to know what the hot five are. >> we have some good ones. we have it two dollar ticket. it is 75% sold. it has won top prize remaining. >> gold bar bonus. >> the top prize is $1 million. it is 61% sold. >> the next one is a special promotion. >> it is part of a winning hand promotion.
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you can mail in $10 worth of any combination of the ticket. that is a high roller -- 810- dollar ticket, which is 69 -- a $10 ticket, which is 69% sold. >> blackjack go out. >> it is 70% sold. >> trump card. >> trump card is a $5 ticket. that ticket is 75% sold, and won top prize remains. we want people to get out there and win those tickets. >> when you say there is 75% sold, that means there are only a few out of their -- a few out there. >> there is power ball tonight.
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>> do not go away. dr. kim hammond answers your pet questions when we come back. first, a look at events going on around town. storyteller: hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle
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♪ maryland residents can save up to $780 while funds last. >> live, from television hill in baltimore, this is wbal-11 news today, in hd. captioned by the
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national captioning institute captioned by the national captioning institute >> we have dr. kim hammond to answer your questions with a couple of guests. >> we have brian van de graaff and moses. moses is a huge dog. -- we have maggey and moses. moses is a huge dog. this dog will double its size. it is 130 pounds now. >> i cannot believe the size of his feet. let's talk about stink bugs. >> my dog is chasing and biting stink bugs. higher -- are they poisonous? how do i get rid of them without harming the animals? >> you can get rid of stink
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bugs, sort of. his eighth volume and reservoir problem. they are not resistant. i brought an insecticide. this stuff is cost -- is called bayer advanced. >> this is regarding fleas and ticks. >> it kills think bugs, too. really works. it is an outdoor product. >> stick bugs are a problem in the house. >> i would use this on the outside. on the interior, you can use bombs. the problem is getting up on that ceiling. i personally set a bomb off in the room. it kills everything. i back him everything current >> are the ones that are safe
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for your pets? >> read the directions, follow the directions. >> our the stink bugs poisonous to dogs? >> they are not poisonous, and they stink. >> my cat has a bad dandruff situation and bumps on his skin. he sleeps in my bed with all of the other cats. i saw the dandruff moving on its own. what is it? >> motrin dandruff? if ec it moving, it is -- if you see it moving, it is not dandruff. you can't treat it. it is very simple. -- you can treated. it is very simple. call your veterinarian. it is really simple to take care of.
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shampoo, or you can use a product. >> i think we have covered all of the territory we needed to cover. >> we have another question -- yes, no? this is the other owner of moses. he had something to say. >> maggie, happy birthday, i love you with all of my heart. i want to know if you will marry me? >> yes. >> moses wants no part of this. [applause] >> well, congratulations. >> congratulations, you guys. i say you and the contest. good luck. many happy years. >> all of you, thank you for joining us. we will have to know when you set the date.
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>> live, local, late breaking, this is wbal 11 is saturday morning in hd. >> welcome back. thank you for joining us. that was pretty exciting. >> talk about life, local, and late breaking. >> the rain was gorgeous. -- the ring gorgeous. we are glad she says yes. >> i always wondered what would happen. >> we want to talk about a date to laurel. -- tomorrow. if we go to our main computer, we have an important football
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game. that football game as with the cleveland browns at 1:00 p.m. in the afternoon. we do have some clouds in the picture along with scattered sunshine. the temperature at game time will be around 70. we will only add a few more degrees. no rain is in the forecast. there is forecasted by sunday night. we could use the rain. i will detail its all coming up. >> now, to the creepy, crawly story that is bought in a lot of people. >> local exterminators are taking hundreds of calls a day from people asking how to get rid of stink bugs. experts say do not count on a quick fix. >> there was an influx in howard county is few days ago. >> it was horrible. it is so gross.
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>> the car rides, the siding, windows -- even inside the house. and exterminator spent hours praying. >> if you capture them, day spread. >> they like these warmer days, and cooler nights. they lay their eggs in places with brought, leafy trees. they're looking for a place to hide out for the winter. >> they hibernate, basically. >> this inspectors as the odor they produce is what attracts them to the same place each year. >> it tends to get worse each year. >> he suggests ceiling windows and door cracks, anywhere in the
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bugs could get in. >> applications of the nature of the best they have right now. the industry is looking for a control measure. >> s in her case, -- as in her case -- >> i was at war. >> do not expect the stink bugs to disappear. >> i do not know if it is going to change anytime soon. >> there is no cure for these things. the volume will reduce after the first frost. they'll come out again in the spring. good luck. coming up, will take a look at the and pack obesity might have on be the impact obesity might have on your memory. >> and, at a -- an interesting mix at the movies this week.
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>> the heat continued yesterday. we tied a record of 95 degrees. we will try to step back.
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four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%.
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and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do. >> now, your insta-weather-plus forecast with meteorologist john
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collins. >> let's look at the radar/satellite combination. it is an indication that a cold front is on the way. there is a slight hint of some clouds right over baltimore. we have scattered clouds this morning. earlier this morning, those clouds were producing a couple of sprinkles. it is not making it to the ground. all of that is trying up. the front is coming in dry. the key to this cold front is that it is not as warm behind the front. that is what we are looking at. we are on the warm side at the moment. yesterday was hot. right now, temperatures are in the 70's. we have the scattered clouds. 72 at the airport. 75 at the inner harbor. the barometer is down, but
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rising. we have a front that will become more westerly, and start to filter in less humid air, and keep the temperature from rising as high as yesterday. chester town is at 73. it is 70 in colombia. it is down to 59 in pittsburgh. chicago is at 53. minneapolis is that 46 -- 46. the front will move further south. as it does that, it will swing the wings are around. the front will go down to near norfolk. we will not get into the really chilly air. each of those waves that, it will throw some moisture our
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way. that is not in today's forecast. today, we will see a lot of sunshine. on unseasonably warm weather will continue. 83 degrees to 87 degrees is the high. lisa, you have a hurricane named after you. it is way out in the atlantic. that is hurricane lisa. it will stay out over the atlantic ocean. what is left of matthew is over central america. it will be causing problems there. it looks like another storm will be headed for the gulf of mexico later into the week and next weekend. right now, we're looking at brain chances of coming in on sunday. the best chance for rain will be on monday and tuesday. there could be some pretty good rain.
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our forecast is 85 today, 71 tomorrow. monday and tuesday, we have a rain chance. the chances taper off wednesday. thursday and friday look dry. highs will be in the 70's which flows in the 50's and 60's -- with lows in the 50's and 60's of next week. >> obesity brings on all kinds of problems, but it had not been connected to memory loss. a new study looked at 9000 women and found that those that were overweight or more likely to have memory problems. we are joined by dr. meghan lynch. so, who sponsored the study and tell us more about. >> the study was based on the whi study. it looked at the baseline data.
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they look that height, weight, blood pressure, and they gave a test called a mini mental status exam. they found that women who were overweight or obese, they scored a little worse. >> why did they think that is? >> they are interested in finding risk factors for dementia or alzheimer's disease. that is why they did it. they are interested in finding out if heart disease, strokes, dispose you to that kind of problems, we are finding if obesity can do that. >> the simple thing is to say lose weight. that is not so easy. what are some recommendations? >> i try to teach my patience to get active. the study showed that women of
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all ages who exercised did better on memory tests. i tell people to find an exercise partner, and get active every day. >> more and more, we are finding that being overweight contributes to your overall health and well-being. work on it a little but at a time. it's tough. thank you for coming in. moviess weekend's new worth the price of admission? we'll have reviews, but first a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
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>> been not so fast. you are no match. >> this is a scene from the animated tell "legends of ga'hoole." when it falls from his nest, he lands in the town of the evil pure ones. he manages to escape in search of his heroes. it is one of the new movies in titters this weekend. -- in theaters this morning in -- this weekend. >> the penguin is cute.
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>> we love owls. >> we are not want to review that yet. >> i did not see it. it was screened for critics, and i did not see it. >> you chose to pass on the ga'hoole. >> i never -- i did not pass on "wall street: money never sleeps." here is what i consider it. oliver stone did something brilliant. he wanted to make a movie about the current financial crisis, and he used his iconic character of gordon gekko to do it. michael douglas is so great. this character fits him like a glove. he is everything. he is seductive. he is malevolent. he is loyally. you like him, despite yourself. we hope he can get some help
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because he is going through a health crisis. he is just fabulous in this part. you have thomas freed -- the character that is going to marry gordon gekko's estranged daughter. he is writing a book called "is greed good?" in a weird way, gordon gekko is almost the hero. one of the jokes is that the stuff that gordon gekko did in the original film is child's play compared to what the goldman saks and stuff did currently. it is a good way of dissecting the financial crisis. the one thing i can say is that it is a little over-stocked. it is complicated.
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>> what do you give it? >> 3 stars. i've liked it a lot, but maybe it was overly ambitious. >> molding on to -- moving on to -- >> can i have a rent why do they make these movies that are ostensibly for women that seem to not like women? all of the women are flighty, and erotic, prone to cruelty and violence. all of the men are revolved, reasonable, and good-natured. can we stop trying to make christine bell happened? she does not have enough of a presence. the promise was she was a key key girl in high school. she finds out her brother is
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marion the girl who tormented her. sigourney weaver comes in. one star. i did not like it. >> but, you like betty white. >> who does not like betty white? >> the maryland lottery, let yourself play. , -- max, thank
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>> now, 11 sports with pete gilbert. >> good morning. each week, we want to hear from
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new -- a chance to vote on the game of the week. we were given north carroll against south carroll. this team is very to it. first quarter he cares about. they connected a lot. 40 yards and a touchdown. in the second, returning a punt for the cavaliers, he looks locked, and thought better of it. a great job reading the box. south carroll is in front 20-0. once again, they are in aid zone. south carroll and crews to four- zero. -- improves to 4-0.
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back to pass, tipped not once, but twice. johnny on the spot leads the blockers. he gets some good ones. he is not to be caught. he goes 55 yards and a touchdown. later in the third, following the fourth turnover of the game, 14-nothing, bulldog. southern gets a rare road shot. lawrence smith has a fully loaded offense, and keeps it on the ground. jamal johnson with a top 15 yards. a host of different guys is able to carry the ball -- are able to carry the ball. 14-0. terrance williams is so much fun to watch. you can see on the field, it won't be too bad when we get
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some rain in the near future. 44-7 is the final. also, second quarter, no score. fourth and goal for the lakers. untouched. great play col. -- play col. brought radcliff to michael turner -- a couple of nice moves. it sets up brendan byrne's from 1 yard out. they hang out -- hang on to win it. for more on friday night's high school football coverage, log onto extra points that, your home for high school football. the baltimore orioles did not get in -- off to a good start against the toronto blue jays. i am pete gilbert. we will see you back here
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tonight at 6:00 p.m.. >> looking good for tomorrow's game? >> absolutely. the forecast is calling for clouds, and a little bit of sunshine. any rain will hold off until later in the day. seven-day forecast, 85 today. 71 tomorrow. in the 70's next week. the highest rain chances are monday and tuesday. we need it. it is not bad news. at the end of the week, it looks dry. >> thank you, john. thank you, you all, for joining us. we will see you tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m.. >> follow breaking news and weather any time accept -- at, and stay connected with us on facebook and twitter.
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>> this is a wbal tv 11 editorial but the president and general manager. >> the race for baltimore city state's attorney is one of the most highly contented and most expensive. fred bernstein defeated -- greg bernstein defeated pat jessamy. her efforts to prosecute crime,
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as well as treatment and prevention has impacted our city and our state. now, bernstein has promised to take personal responsibility for reducing crimes. he bows that -- he vows he will make the city center. >> those are lofty will -- those are lofty goals. despite his promises, he cannot do it alone. a fresh start with a new prosecutor is an opportunity for all entities of the criminal justice system to join forces, share resources, and work together. it will not only to the prosecutor's office, but the police, legislators, with a unified goal of making baltimore a safer city for all. while he will not officially when the office until november 2, he has unofficially won the job, and all of the challenges that come within. tax on everything you buy?
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that's in andy harris' unfair tax plan. 23% sales tax. a 23% sales tax will cut my business in half. would be devastating. andy harris' 23% sales tax absolutely makes no sense. 23% sales tax would really make things unaffordable. that's too high for the average american out here. i don't know how we would manage it really. don't like that idea. we can't afford andy harris' idea. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. just drive, we'll get there! adventure runs on dunkin', with our egg white breakfast sandwiches. hurry in and try one in delicious veggie or turkey sausage.

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